Monthly Archives: December 2014

Yarg?

When someone says, “You owe me time, you owe me blood.” I don’t tend to notice. I mean it’s a nice turn of phrase and all that, but it’s really non-threatening. When they say, “If I don’t see this man’s … Continue reading

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The Answers You Can Never Know

She crosses in front of him, some part of him compelled to follow. After several steps she stops, crouching down like an inquisitive child. She picks something up from the ground. She examines it, the flower blossoming in her hand as … Continue reading

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Remember Me

The dead don’t speak, but they are not voiceless. Through rock, steel, and blood they have already spoken. Their grand task has already been completed. For better of for worse, they have had their say. I pity the living. Still … Continue reading

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Favors in Dark Alleys

“If this is your love, I would rather be bled dry than let you anywhere near her.” He smiles, the weight of his body shuffling under foot, a smile crawling across his face. “‘S funny you say that, actually. I … Continue reading

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Oversight

When you house sixteen of the brightest minds in the scientific world, a 256-bit encryption doesn’t mean a whole lot. It does however offer two things; 1) A consistent $150,000 a week to reinstall unhacked readers and consoles. 2) It … Continue reading

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